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During the Spanish American War in 1901, church bells rang in Balangiga in the Philippines to signal an attack against American troops. The bells were seized as war trophies and brought to what is now F.E. Warren Air Force Base. Secretary of Defense James Mattis has decided to return the bells to the Philippines, over the objections of Wyoming’s congressional delegation and veterans groups. The Secretary says it is time to let go of those dark days and remove a needless barrier between friends.
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Authorities in Chicago say several people have been wounded in a shooting at Mercy Hospital, including a police officer and a suspect; senior correspondent Mike Tobin reports.

Cheyenne cut $6M in fees in exchange for land worth $1M

By Austin Huguelet, Wyoming Tribune Eagle
CHEYENNE – In a 2011 bid to bring the Swan Ranch Business Park into the city, Cheyenne leaders traded $6.65 million in fees normally put toward city parks for a stretch of vacant land along Clear Creek.  Click here for more

National Christmas Tree stops in Wyoming along Oregon Trail on the way to Washington

By Taylor Hartman, Fox 13
UINTA COUNTY — Officials with the Uinta County Sheriff’s Office escorted the National Christmas Tree from Evanston to Fort Bridger Saturday, where it made a historic stop along the Oregon Trail.  Click here for more

Former Wyoming governors share wisdom from their time in office

By Nick Reynolds, Casper Star-Tribune
CHEYENNE –Former Wyoming Gov. Dave Freudenthal thought during his time in the Herschler Building in Cheyenne that his then-boss Mike Sullivan worked pretty hard during his two terms leading the Cowboy State; maybe too hard, the latter said during a panel discussion Thursday in Cheyenne.  Click here for more

Wyoming town reinstates deer management program

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WORLAND — The Thermopolis Police Department will restart a deer management program again this year, after taking a year off in 2017. Originally, the program began to mitigate vehicle/deer accidents and property damage in-town. Click here for more

Wyoming museum’s video series focuses on firearms’ history

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CHEYENNE  — The Wyoming State Museum is launching a video series to teach people about firearms from the museum’s collection.

The first two videos in the “Firearms Friday” series were posted this week on the museum’s YouTube channel. Click here for more

Fatal vehicle crash on State Highway 352.

Posted 11-19-18, Sublette County Sheriff's Office (PINEDALE) -  Sublette County Sheriff’s Office, Wyoming Highway Patrol, Sublette County Unified Fire, and Sublette County EMS responded to a fatal vehicle crash on State Highway 352. Early this morning, November 18th,...

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World Toilet Day

Posted 11-19-18, Cheyenne Board of Public Utilities (CHEYENNE) - The City of Cheyenne Board of Public Utilities (Board) would like to wish everyone a happy World Toilet Day. Did you know over the course of an average lifespan you’ll spend 13 months on the toilet? Or...

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The Trump administration is considering using West Coast military bases or other federal properties as transit points for shipments of U.S. coal and natural gas to Asia. States on the west coast have rejected private plans to build new coal ports.
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